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Re: repost: "No such file or directory" on checkout leaves locks....

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-12-01 16:53:07 CET

Wade Hampton <wade.hampton@nsc1.net> writes:
> I am fairly new to subversion but really like it, however I am having
> a problem. I am
> running Subversion 1.1.1 on RedHat 7.3 (server) and RedHat 9 (client).
> My server crashed earlier today (subversion should have been idle at
> the time, however). I am now trying to checkout a repository but am
> getting an error:
> svn checkout <url>/svn/<reponame> test123
> A test123/trunk/.....
> ...
> A test123/trunk/install_system/aaareadme.txt
> svn: In directory 'test123/trunk/install_system'
> svn: Can't change executability of file
> 'test123/trunk/install_system/VERSION.sh':
> No such file or directory.
> svn status shows a lock in trunk/install_system
> I ran svn cleanup on the repository:
> svn cleanup <path>/svn/<reponame>

Cleanup is only for working copies, not for repositories. (You're
clear on the difference between these two things, right? If not, we
need to get that straight before moving on.)

Is this repository publically accessible? Can we try a checkout?

> However, I am still gettting the same error when trying to check it out
> (e.g., checkout into a new directory):
> svn checkout <server>/svn/<name> test3

Hmmm, error on the exact same file? Can you check out other areas of
the repository without a problem?

By the way:

Please don't substitute aliases into bug reports unless you absolutely
must. For example, don't say things like "svn checkout
<server>/svn/<name>" and "svn checkout <url>/svn/<reponame>".
Instead, give the *actual* URL you typed. If we had the entire
literal command, we could see what access method you were using, which
might make a difference.

(See http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/BUGS for more.)


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